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Hiatus Kaiyote

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Nai Palm -- vocals
Simon Mavin -- keys
Paul Bender -- bass
Perrin Moss -- drums

Hiatus Kaiyote on KCRW

Soul/funk/jazz collective Hiatus Kaiyote received a Grammy nomination for their debut and found big name fans in Prince, Questlove, Erykah Badu, and more. Their new record is even more ambitious.

Hiatus Kaiyote

Soul/funk/jazz collective Hiatus Kaiyote received a Grammy nomination for their debut and found big name fans in Prince, Questlove, Erykah Badu, and more. Their new record is even more ambitious.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

KCRW DJ's have been championing the soulful mix from Melbourne's Hiatus Kaiyote for some time...

Hiatus Kaiyote

KCRW DJ's have been championing the soulful mix from Melbourne's Hiatus Kaiyote for some time...

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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